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Obituaries MISS BEATRICE CONROY SUMMIT Misi Beatrice Con- roy of 68 Elm St., a practical nurse who died Wednesday in Overlook Hospital, will be buried in St. Mary's Cemetery, South Amooy, tomorrow, leuowmg a 9:30 a.m. service in Home for' Funerals, The Gundrum Service, 237 Bordentown Ave., South Am-boy, and a 10 a.m. solemn hign requiem mass in St. Mary's R.C Church, South Amboy. Miss Conr-oy was born in South Amboy, daughter of the late Mr end Mrs. John Conroy and moved to Summit from that city 10 years ego. Her only survivor is a sister, Mrs. James L. Manion of Perth Amboy. MRS. ARTHUR TOMALIN 27 grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. The Rev. James Blane will conduct funeral services Monday at 11 a.m. at the Taggart-Chamber-lain Funeral Home, 305 E. High St., Bound Brook. Interment will be in Bayvlew Cemetery, Jersey City. PETER F. NITTOLO SOMERVILLE Funeral services for Peter F. Nittolo, 67, past commander of Halstead-Van der Veer Post 430. VFW, who died Wednesday, will be held tomor row. The. funeral will be conducted at 8:30 a.m. from the Cusick Funeral Home, 80, Mountain Ave., followed by a 9 a.m. requiem mass in Immaculate Conception R.C. Church, with the Rev. Eugene B. Kelly officiating. Present adjutant of the post, Mr. Nittolo also was a former adjutant of VFW District 13. A METUCHEN Mrs. Alberta veteran of World War I, he also Tomalin, formerly of Fanwood.was a member of Stevenson-died yesterday at the home oflD'Alessio Post. American Lemon- her son, Phillip L. Tomalin, 34 Williams Road, where she had lived for the pas', five months. She was born in Nutley, was the widow of Arthur Tomalin, and w as a communicant of St. Franci; R.C. Church. . Also surviving are another son, Paul G. of Essex, Conn.; two daughters, Mrs. Winifred T. Kemp of Fanwood and Miss Doris Tomalin of Hampton; 14 grand children, ar.d one great-grandchild. The funeral will be held Monday at 9:30 a.m. from the Run-yon Mortuary, 563 Middlesex Ave., followed by a 10 a.m. requiem mass at St. Francis Chapel. Interment will be in East Ridge Cemetery, Delawanna. j MRS. MICHAEL FANTO The funeral of Mrs. Josephine . D. Fanto, who died Wednesday in Middlesex General Hospital, will be held Monday at 8:30 a.m. from the Harding Funeral Home, 239 Livingston Ave., followed by a 9 a.m. requiem mass in St. Mary of Mt. Virgin R.C. Church. Interment will be in St. Peter's Cemetery. Mrs. Fanto, of 211 Fulton St., was the wife of Michael. the Fraternal Order of Eagles and the Holy Name Society of the church. He was born in Millburn, lived in Somerville 40 years, and was a retired clerk for the Ferd Hoch Co. Surviving are his wife, Anna Miller Nittolo; three sons, Dr. George of Millville, Peter of Annapolis. Md., and Albert of Belle Mead; a daughter, Mrs. Julius Sartoretto of town; 10 grandchil dren; three sisters, Mrs. August Rillo of Miramar, Fla., Mrs. Mar garet Campano and Mrs. Mary Colandrea of Millburn; and three brothers, Philip of Miramar. Anthony of Millburn and George of Springfield. COID xCOOl WEATHER. FORECAST Friday night will find precipitation developing in those areas shown on map, while fair to partly cloudy skies prevail elsewhere. It will turn colder in parts of the central valley and the North Atlantic states, warmer on lower East coast. (Copyright 1962 United Press International) MICHAEL CZOK (SOO) SAYREVILLE - Michael Czok (Soo) of 181 Manor St.. Bav View Manor, died yesterday in South Amboy Memorial Hospital following a short illness. Born in Hungary, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Michael Czok Sr., he was employed as an operator at the Seaboard Coal Dock, South Amboy, for the past 20 years. Surviving are his wife, the former Elona Howard; a son, Donald M. of Red Bank; two grand children; four sisters, Mrs. Mary Toth of Keasbey, Mrs. Julia Muska and Mrs. Ethel Matto of ! Perth Amboy and Miss Helen Czok of Fords; and two brothers, Stephen of Fords and William of East Brunswick. The Rev. William Hervey will conduct funeral services Monday at 11 a.m. at Home for Funerals, The Gundrum Service, 237 Bordentown Ave., South Amboy. Interment will follow in Franklin Memorial Park, North Brunswick. DR. HETTIE CHUTE IS DEAD AT 73 Dr. Hettie M. Chute of ZV'z Jones Ave., professor emeritus of botany at Douglass College, died yesterday afternoon m St Peter's General Hospital where she had been a heart patient for six weeks. She was 73. Born in North Platte, Neb., she received her B.A. degree from Acadia University in 1916, her M.A. from Toronto University in 1917 and her Ph.D. from Cornell University in 1929. From 1918 to 1920 she was high school principal in Carlisle, Canada. From 1921 to 1926 she was a teacher at Colchester County Academy Truro, Nova Scotia. In 1929 she joined the Douglass College faculty as an instructor in botany. She became assistant professor in 1931, associate professor in 1945, and professor of botany in 1933. She retired from the faculty in June of 1959. She served as president of the New York Chapter of Sigma Delta Epsilon, honorary society for women engaged in science. and in 1950-51 was a member of Weather By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A cold wave swept into the northern Rockies Thursday, bringing stiff northerly winds, snow and near-blizzard conditions in some areas. However, the storm was losing much of its punch as it moved southward. It was expected to move out of Wyoming today leaving bitterly cold tempera tures. The temperature dropped to 5 below at Casper, Wyo. The Weather Bureau is still posting blizzard warnings for western Nebraska, eastern Wyom ing and eastern Colorado for today. The storm caused a pile-up of 13 cars and five semi-trailer trucks on a slippery highway east of Hanna, Wyo., injuring nine persons, none critically. Three to four inches of snow fell at Casper and five inches was reported in Rawlins. The winds caused considerable drifting and reduced visibility. The Wyoming Highway Patrol said no roads had been closed, but many highways were slippery. In Montana, the storm left drift- Stock Market Quotations Supplied tT I. R. Williston Ron 100 Park A... PUInfleld Phone W..KX8 (no toll char) tor free informatloa Utilities Buck ! Stock Retreat THE DAILY HOME NEWS XEW BHLNSWICK. N. J., FRIDAY. FESKCARY 23. Financial Federation picked upjdue to the fact that the Washing-about 3 points and First Charter ton's Birthday market holiday Financial more than 2 as the sav-1 yesterday provided a number of1 NEW YORK (AP) Savins-and-'inss'and"'oans cele!:)ratec'- UnitedjWall Streeters with an excuse for l liltllinul m vaiuuinia iu.it limit ;a iuui -vioj wtv.i.nu. Opening Today chapter of Sigma Xi, she was elected treasurer 1941 to 1947, vice president 1947-48, and president, 1948-49. She was a member of the Botanical Society of America, the American Taxonomical Society and the American Institute of Biological Sciences. Activein the American Association of University Professors, Dr. Chute was treasurer of the Rutgers chapter from 1953 to 1955. She was also active in the New Brunswick Branch of the American Association of University Women. She was chairman at Dniiflacs dolrnce and emiraee f"ll unnti mirV"n11n. r u- xt r the nationd board of directors ied roads and near zer weather. of that society. Two Montana game and fish of- Long active in the Rutgers "ciais landed a sKi-eqmppea plane MRS. KALMAN BALAJTHY EAST BRUNSWICK-Mrs. Joz- efin Balapthy, nee Goreczky, died j this morning at her home, 215 Turnpike, following a long illness. Born in Hungary March 19, 1876. she had lived in the area 40 years and was a communicant of St. Stephen's R.C. Church, South River. Widow of Kalman, she is survived by four daughters, the Misses Olga, Charlotte and Adele at home and Mrs. Aurelia Schul-meister of Madison Township; live sons, Kalman, E. Zoltan, Ernest and Victor of this town- shin and lurhnrn nf Sniilh Am-icars and manv kin-i ir.r. bov eiht "randehildren- and r'; l? us ,rom our relatives: unuca runa campaign trom rJob U'ac alert an on. CARD OF THANKS Many kind words of sympathy, con- to great-grandchildren The funeral will take place Monday at 8:30 a.m. from the Rezem Funeral Home. 190 Main St., South River, followed by a 9 a.m. requiem mass at St. Stephen's Church, South River. MRS. WALTER J. TREVENA SR. SOUTH BOUND BROOK-Mrs. Ada Hundley Trevena. 72, of 164 E. Prospect St., was dead on arrival at Somerset Hospital-early today where she was taken after suffering a heart aftack. A native of Parkersburg. W.V., she lived in Bayonne before moving here many years ago. Past President of the Robert Morris School PTA, she also was a member of the Reformed Church here. Ruth Circle of the Women's Guild of the church, and Calvin Coolidge Council DAR. Widow of Walter J. Sr., who J.' J n. . i. . . ... io ouiwicu uviinwed by a 9 a m. requiem mass in a son, iroraon j. ot Kavonne: five aiepnens k.u. church, south daughters, Mrs. Ada M. Kaesler of Franklin Township, Mrs. Gladys E. Osowski, Mrs. Mar-jorie L. Varga and Mis. Virginia R. Diaz of town and Mrs. Anna Jane Nardone of Bound Brook; !i?m Weller. In these kindnesses, we found untold comfort and solace, particularly in the silent tribute of the beauty in flowers. For all those helping hands and encouraging words, especially those of the Rev William Hervey, we are deeply grateful THE FAMILY IX MEMORIAM Tn fond and loving memory of Charles H. Dohn who departed' this life one year ago today Feb. 23, 1961. His smiling way and pleasant face, Are a pleasure to Trail; He had a kmdlv word for each. And died beloved by all. Some dav we hope to meet him. Some day. we know not when To clasp his hand in the better land. Never to part again. Sadly missed hv: Wife: ROSEMAHIF. Daughters DOLORES and HOSEMARIE. Son: CHARLES. I through 1958 and was also an ac tive member of the New Brunswick YWCA. Dr. Chute is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Alfred Maw of Montreal and Miss Winnie L. Chute of Toronto; and a brother C. Earle Chute of Nova Scotia. The Quackenboss Funeral Home 156 Livingston Ave., will an nounce funeral arrangements. DIED BALAJTHY In East Brunswick Feb. 23. 162. Jozefin. nee Goreczky, widow of Kalman. The funeral will take plare Mnnd DRIVER FLIES COOP; OUT $100 The driver who dragged school crossing guard is out $100. and a warrant has been issued for his arrest. Mario Ayala, 23, of 49 French St. failed to appear today in Mu nicipal Court. He has been free at 8:.'0 am. from the Rezem Funeral i in 1 00 hail Thf hail wac for. Home, liiO Main St., South River, fol-l . , " . 0311 .3S 10 leuea Dy Magistrate irving w. Rubin. Ayala is accused of assault by motor vehicle by Frank Parente 33, of 114 Easton Ave., a special police officer assigned to the crossing at Somerset and Division Streets. BOIL AX FUNERAL HOME EDWARD R. BOYLAN 188 Easton Avenue GLEASON fUNERAL HOME Harry E. Jackson, Mgr. 44 THROOP AVENUE Phone: Kl 5-07CO CONNORS In this city Feb. , 1QS2. John E., husband of the former Mary Ellis. The funeral will take place Saturday at 8:30 a.m. from his home, 514 David St.. South Amboy, followed by a 9 a m. requiem mass at St. Mary's R.C. Church, South Amboy. Interment will follow in St. Mary's Cemetery, South Amboy. under the direction of Home for Funerals. The Gundrum Service. 237 Bordentown Ave., South Amboy. River. friends may call at the funeral nome sunaay from 2 to 4 and 7 to iu p.m. RVHTIS In fomerville Feb. SI 1962. John W. Sr . husband of the lormer uoroiny fipner. funeral services will take nlr Saturday at 11 a.m. at the Quarken- hn rimer.l 13 nnL ISC T Ave., with the Rev. Milton Hoffman Parente stormed Avala to aues- ui i ii ih unit. Interment will follow in Maple- wu.ki .riiiriFry, rreeno'n. Friends may call at the funeral home Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P m. tion him about double parking a the intersection Wednesday. As the officer returned the driver's license and registration, Ayala drove off. Parente told police he caught his coat in a door handle and was dragged about 30 feet. Pair Snatch Purse From Pedestrian at Harlowton shortly before the area was socked in by blizzard conditions. Don Brown, assistant game and fish director, and Frank Dunkle, information offi cer, had to sit in the plane for nearly four hours until a snow-plow could cut through 5-foot drifts to reach them Wet weather, in the form of rain or snow, covered broad sec tions in other parts of the na tion while fog shrouded areas in the East from northern Virginia to southern New England. FORECAST New Jersey: Fog breaking and becoming partly cloudy today. High in the 40s. Rain later tonight and Saturday, possibly starting as snow. Low tonight in the 30s and high Saturday near 40. New York City: Fog breaking and becoming partly cloudy today with high in the 40s. Cloudy tonight with some rain later tonight, possibly mixed with some snow at the start. Low tonight in the 30s. Rain Saturday with high near 40. Cape May to Block Island: Variable winds mostly southwest about 10 knots or less. Variable winds tonight about 10 knots becoming easterly 15 to 25 knots Saturday. Visibility less than one mile, improving to two to four miles today and lowering to one to three miles in rain late tonight and Saturday. High and low temperatures in major U.S. cities for the 24 hours ended at 7:30 a.m. today were: New York City 37 Albany 36 Boston 35 Buffalo - - 40 Chicago 34 Cincinnati 47 Denver - - 42 Detroit . 38 El Paso 55 Los Angeles 62 Miami Beach 80 New Orleans .... 81 Oklahoma City 55 Philadelphia - : Pittsburgh 53 St. Louis 40 Washington 50 Air Reduction 66 Alcoa 607g Amer. Agr. Chem 29 Amer. Can -ifi's Amer. Cyanamid 4fi' Amer. Motors 15'-i Amer. Smelting 59 Amer. Tel & Tel 133H Best & Co. 39' Bethlehem Steel AIM Burroughs 4G3B Carborundum Co. 50 Carpenter Steel 44- Chemway 8's Chrysler 583 Cons. Edison 7S7 Con. Foods 37U Schlumberger 89' i Douglas Aircraft 33la DuPont 245 Food Mach. & Chem. 87 Ford 105'g jGen. Cable Co. 39 Gen. Electric 76-g Gen. Motors 56'8 Gen. Tel. 26H Gen. Tire 928 Goodyear T & R 43 Helme, G. W. Co. 43'i Heyden-Newport I8I4 Houdaille Ind. 23 Intl. Bus. Mach. 53fi!z Intl. Tel & Tel 54' i Johns-Manville 57' 2 Johnson & Johnson 95" 2 Koppers 4278 Lockheed 51 U Mack Trucks 40-1i Macy, R. H. 664 Merck 89's Midland Ross 57li Minn. Min. & Mfg. 67l8 Montg. Ward 34' a National Lead 922 Olin Mathieson 38 Penn. RR 17 Phelps Dodge 5778 Phillips Pete 56li Public Service 6574 Revlon 62' 4 Ruberoid 40 I Stand. Oil (N.J.) 54?4 j Union Carbide 11834 Noon Today 66 60'4 2S'2 46g 4634 16' 2 59' s 133n 397a 41'2 4534 50 445s 8'2 57's 78r4 367s 894 32:14 2!24 86 1044 39 76 56 26-1s 928 427s 434 184 234 537 4 54-8 567g 95 ! 425i 50'4 404 674 894 58 663i 344 934 374 174 58 564 65;'B 62 404 547s 113 loans responded to favorable news than a point Great western Fi- by rising against the trend of a:nancial and San Diego Imperial falling stock market early this were fractional gainers, Losses of more than a point were taken by Chrysler and Ford. General Motors eased. John & 3 ISlGRAIJDll f I iRiitr ill 11 way ir 111 DISCOUNT CENTERS I H See our complete selection of TfU fresh, delicious afternoon. Trading was moderate. A 4-pomt drop by Du Pont was-"';-'"" -ui. - pu..u . - . market .while other major steel producers The Associated Press average- PL.mkvere fractionally lower. 'of 60 stocks at noon was off .60 dBf at 259.30 with industrials down '"g ulldcr semi-holiday condttions : 1.50, rails down .30 and utilities ! . j Stocks of holding companies 7 ' ' A It F(f .1 . h , 1 L for the western savings-and-loan associations gained vigorously on news that the House Ways and Means Committee had softened the proposed tax increases on thrift institutions. Elsewhere in the list, the pattern was of fairly general retreat except for utilities which held their own on balance. Steels, motors, rails, chemicals, electronics, aeroscope issues, tobaccos and drugs were generally lower. Oils and nonferrous metals were mixed. Farm implements edged LV ' higher. 6 - CANDIES Exclusively at: TOOIN'S DRUG STORE 235 George St., New Brunswick CH 9-0780 r 1 TxnTn s ruifiiiiiiM ms 1 fiiiiii 1 Mi i iiBiiranitiiiifrMiifiiiliiiiiiiriVlrt'rti fiiiii TODAY CLOUDY SATURDAY -r COLD SUNDAY l XlN FAIR MONDAY TEMPERATURE Temperatures to average 3" below the norm of 33 throughout the weekend. NOW IS THE TIME to order your supply of CHEVRON fuel oil. Fnr any last minute wrattirr change listen to our noon tima Newi A Heather on WCTC Kadlo. CLOUDY : . - (Raritan Cil Co. tTV , - . , nni tin j83t j.Itewaiteet dlu jSmiiSJS& J HARDING CO. FUNERAL HOME 239 Livingston Ave. Kl 5-6033 Kl 5-0067 Misses Roadway In Heavy Fog NORTH BRUNSWICK -A car whose driver mistook a service station lane for a road crashed into a utility pole last night. Police said the mishap hap- Two youths stole a handbag Pen m heavy tog. ine driver, from a woman last night as she Gertrude Hunter, 18, ot oio miu- Michaei (Soo husbanri nf tho fnrm.r walked m Livin?ston Avenue near lown "oau, was wn 10 01. K'I-?,!."0,wa., , Roosevelt Junior Hich School. I Peter's General Hospital by. the Monday at ii am. at Home for Fu-i Mrs. Mary Amaroso of 14(5 Red- North Brunswick Rescue Squad. SuJJS i"ndc 5cIe-J?Z:mond St.. said the handbas con-l She was treated there for a cut the Rev. wiiiiam' Hervey officiating, jfained $13 and personal papersJ''P cut crlin an(l bruises of both Inlprmpnt will fnllnm in rnniii;. r t ' , . , ., Memorial Park, North Brunswick. jShe told Patrolman Anthony Maz-'Knees- A Pcss Friends may call at the funeral zf.i that the vouthi rushed htr escaped injury. home Friday from 7 to 10 pm , Satur-i, , , . OULIls rusnea n?r p r . ' a aunQy trom to s and 7.irom Denina at i p.m. as sne CZOK In Sayreville Feb. 22. WiZ. nEI.ANFT In this city Feb. QUACKENBOSS FUNERAL HOME 156 Livingston Ave. NEW BRI'NSWirK Kl -(KM18 ARTHI'R E. HARRINGTON GEORGE J. DEINZEB JE. Police said the car was half on nrarpd Wpltnn strpet iKoute l and nait in tne service 71 I nno rj ih.m nn,i, t, onj station driveway as it hit the Dole. mcTvera Hrernonhusband ,he forthe other grabbed the handbagiThe accident happened a few min- me lunera, wm ,aKe D,ace S1(ur.; , p . , . ues oeiore p.m. ai me nouie day at 8 30 a .m. from the Hard.ng f"a ran- fmce naVe 3 IeaQ 0n,,-in raffia rirrU rtiiiridi xiome. iivincsTon Ave. .'inp. s isnpris. m v... followed by a 9 a m. requiem mass! in Sacred Heart R C. Church Interment will be m Gate of Heaven! home Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 Cemetery, Westchester, N. Y Friends may ca I at the funeral home Friday from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. GROh'SOfl & SON Funeral Home 152 North Main Street Telephone: VAIley 8-0151 MILLTOWN, NJ. NEWSO'S FUNERAL HOME Barring Mercer A Mlddlewz Coontlet SS Tear 131 iprini St., Trenton. N J. EX S-1IS Res. TV J-4 S. J. KETCSOME. Prep. Pl'TTKIV Tn Miami. Fla . Feb. W. h'eter. nusnand of the former Eva Belkofsky. The funeral will be held Saturday at 8.30 a m. from the MahszewiKi Funeral Home. 218 Whitehead Ave.. South River, followed by a 9 am. requiem service in Sis. Peter and Paul Russian Orthodox Church, South River. Interment will be in the church cemetery. Friends may call at he funeral home Friday from 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 Dm Tha Rev. Joeph Kreshik will con- The funeral will take Dlace Satnr duct rrayer aervitea each mht at'day at fi:30 am from the Cusick Fu- 7 p m. neral Home, BO Mountain Ave , Som- erville. followed bv a 9 a m. requiem FANTO In this city Feb. 21. 192 Imass at Immaculate Conception AC. josepnine u.. nee aciguano, wue of tnurcn. somerville p.m. LAWRENCE In Rutland. Vt . Feb. 20. I9h2. Clara L.. wife of George R Funeral services will take place Friday at 2 p m, at the Runyon Mortuary. .W8 Middlesex Ave.. Me-tuchen, with the Re. Robert R. Sweet, pastor of the New Dover Methodist Church. Edison, officiating Interment will follow in the church cemetery. Friends may rail at th funera' home Thursday from 2 to and 7 to 9 p.m. MTTOI.O In Somerville Feb. 21 TENT' REVIVALS BAD SACHSA, West Germany (APi Baptist evangelists in Germany still use tent meetings to reach people who don"t come to church. Evangelist ' Herbert Weinert said five full-time evangelists and many pastors, on a part-time basis, use this type of ministry, with up to 50 per cent of th ecoming to the tent meet- Ana'ier1"'' hu,ba"d ' th" form'riinss havinS "ever been in a cnurcn. Mxhael The funeral will be held Monday at 8 '.'0 a m. from the Harding Funeral Home by a Interment will be in the church cemetery. Services scheduled for Friday are 239 Livingston Ave . followed aa follows: Stevenson-D'Alession Post am reouiem mass at St. I American Legion. 7 mm.: Halstead- Distinctive Floral Designs FRANKLIN FLOWER SHOP A. SIMKO & SONS Kilmer 5-4234 93 Douglas Ave., Somerset, N.J. (St ime Chimed from TrankilD Ave.) Marv of Mt. Virgin R C. Church Van der Veer Post 430. VFW. 7 30 Interment will be in St. Peter's p m and the Rosary Society of Im-Cen.etery. j maculate Conception Church. pm Friend iriv call at the funeral! Friends may call at the funeral home Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. featur-ihome Friday from 2 to 5 and 7 to day and Sunday from i to 3 and 7 lo;ltt p m a p m. I ' U Hjn ' it.' wm. wj 4iwsij'jii.BifeTOt'sii Jiiii!iiMi .1 iwtjum M-m'm'm iwaiuauji h. wlii.li. umi muw i"nw'wimmiaHuiaiii iw i iiii m np.iu.iii.nm. ,l,.,iii, JM,i ; J 4: ..1 - t4tUUP UVv AM) TWO OLD TIKI'S :-VHVM vi "" vi.i sT.vn: i .nr,i ; v j 5 r umuiuimmmuummmmmiiiM- Z TIME SERVICE CUARAYTEE 5 If lire fsilt during th monthly fuarnti ; fwriod, we will, ( ur option, either ; pair it wiihou toil r in txrhini lor ih old tire, give yoy nw lire or rrtund, - charging only (or the period of ownrnhip. All aftjuilmentt made by retail More ar jJ gtj proraied at ihe rrgular retail pneo ptua rederal Exciao Ta, leaa trade-in, ai the time of return. z5 FREE TIKE Mounting! imiiuiiiiiiiiiaiiii means roistancr lo roal impacts 0 The ALLSTATE l-ply Nylon cord means protection against shocks Ihe ALLSTATE (,uaraiitecl 15 months against all road hazards NYLON 4-PLY JIUES CHECK YOUR TIRE SIZE AM) LOW TRICE 7.10x15 Tube-Type Bhukuall 2 for $27 plus ta 7.60x15 Tubc-Type HIackwall 2 for $:51 plus tax" 7.50x11 Tubcless Blackvall2 for S27 plus tax 8.00x11 Tubcless IJlackwull 2 for $31 plus tax And Your Two Old Tires Regardless of Condition On Scars Easy Payment Plan r.noil In this city Feb 21. Adolph G . husband of the former Nettie Hummer. Funeral srrvicrs Saturday at 11 a m. at the Bronon ani Son Funeral Home. 1-52 N. Main St . Mllltown. will be ronducted bv the Pev. Rua-ell D. CuMer. pastor of St. Paul'i United .EA-B Churrh. Milltown. In'erment will fallow m Van Liew Cemetery. North Brunswick. Rt PPFRT In Edison Feb 21. 1WI2 John D . huaband of the former Olfa aimnar F low St. Interment Cemetery. Friends mav rail at the funeral home Friday from 1 to 4 and 7 to Petera .tVTtO-'.Tn"' fVokm 'O iQA GRAFJDI Ii uneral Home. 2M Someraet St . fol- A j 1 I WIIrTISiaf I Q ted by a 9 a m requiem maaa In f j 111 IPIIlr' I H Lahalaui BC. Church. --5" 1 I lFlilV I I will be in St Peter f II Sltfnl IE ,e-e-v4Us'JI - i r - - i n Ii Ii . , j H Battery Guarantee j 1 FREE i 30.MONTH GUAUANTEE 6-VoIt with trade-in - 21-MOXTII GU All ANTE E 6-VoIt with trade-in 6-Volt Batteries Fit: 1937-54 Chevy, 1930-55 Dodge, 1933-53 Ford. 1934-55 Nash, 1939-55 Studebaker, 1955 Rambler. -Volt All s4n to Bnttrry Guaranty If dfrrtiv f4 will Mt hH t fKr; lit tr rpIarrnisFnt nhin W dia. (2 A-trr 9 dy, w will rrplr fctttrry rharetnf nif for ih rrii of owntTahip. hrf i batrrj n the rrcuiar pnr If Ut'ir-tn it rh lime ( rturn, prontrd vcr numlvr ef month of (uartntre. FREE INSTALLATION! 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